Posts Tagged 'mobile security'

Earlier this week, a new vulnerability was discovered, potentially afflicting up to 950 million Android devices. This accounts for nearly all of active Android users. And what’s more shocking, it all started with a text message. Allow me to introduce you to “Stagefright,” the latest vulnerability to make cybersecurity headlines. Stagefright, a security hole freshly […]

In life, there are a handful of people that each of us truly trust – and can confide in fully. And, it’s safe to say, you’ve probably taken into consideration the trustworthiness of each one of your confidants. Maybe you’ve evaluated them on their ability to keep secrets in the past or perhaps they each […]

So, when you think about summer travel safety, what comes to mind? Which beach you’ll be lounging on? Sunburns? Shark attacks? While sunburns and vacation plans are rational concerns most have when traveling during the summer, shark attacks are a new one. With all of the news of recent shark attacks, people are now anxious […]

Sometimes as parents we need a little pat on the back and confirmation we’re doing something right. Well, the Intel Security Teens, Tweens & Technology 2015 research does just that. Now in its third year, the Teens, Tweens & Technology research provides a gauge on the behaviour and opinions of young Australians and their online […]

This is the third of three parts about root of trust and the Internet of Things. In Part 1 and Part 2, I covered how root of trust is an important approach to managing risk in virtualized network—especially compliance risks. The first two posts in this series examined several reasons to consider root-of-trust technologies. In […]